Y4's Journey down the River Lune

Year 4 learnt all about rivers last term, but today they had the chance to take a journey down the River Lune, from its source at Newbiggin-on-Lune in Cumbria all the way down to the estuary beyond Glasson Dock. We started off at St. Helen's Well where we were surprised to find very little water…

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Samba Bamba

We had a lots of fun today using different instruments to create our own Samba Bamba band and we certainly got into the groove dancing to the music.

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Making Polygons

Today, we have been discussing the properties of polygons, both regular and irregular.  We worked practically and made lots of different polygons using up to 10 matchsticks.

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Centipedes, and woodlice, and leeches, oh my!

Year 4 have started their new Science unit all about living organisms and their habitats! Today, we have learned about the famous Mrs Gren who helps us remember the 7 life processes that all living things must do to stay alive. We then sorted a wide range of organisms into various groups and…

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Year 4 Jubilee Art

Year 4 chose England as their Commonwealth country. We picked the North West artist L.S.Lowry and made matchstalk men, women, children, cats and dogs.

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Jubilee Celebrations

What a fun day we have had today! First, we had an assembly about the Queen and the Commonwealth and then we went to the field to welcome the baton to our school. We took part in lots of games linked to the Commonwealth countries and had our lunch all together on the field. In the afternoon, we…

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Year 4 Music

Yesterday Emma Williams visited Year 4. She came to lead us in some singing activities. Unfortunately the Lancaster Music festival is not taking place this year so this was an alternative activity for the children. We will be performing the songs to the rest of the school when we have practised a…

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Year 4 Art

Year 4 have moved on with their Gaudi topic. The children have made animal collages using his Trencadis technique.

We’ve also been working hard on our exhibit for the Art exhibition but that’s a secret for now!

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Angle Adventure

Today, we have been learning outside in maths and have been angle detectives. First, we made different angles using our bodies, then we took photos of acute, obtuse and right angles in our environment. After that, we used sticks and twigs to make our own shapes and pictures and labelled each…

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Year 4 Wheelchair basketball

Year 4 had a fantastic time playing wheelchair basketball. Lots of goals were scored with lots of fun and laughter. It was a great opportunity for the children. Thank you very much.

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Which liquid will damage our teeth the most?

Did you know that an egg shell has a similar make up to the enamel on our teeth? We have set up an investigation using eggs to see which liquid will damage the shell the most. Each group could choose which liquid they put their eggs into such as coke, orange juice, water, vinegar, tea or coffee.…

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Commonwealth Games Y4

Today we went to the University of Cumbria to take part in a Commonwealth Games Event. The children had the opportunity to try a range of different sports such as boccia and archery. Thanks for all the donations for Derian House Children’s Hospice, we raised a fantastic £92. 

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